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Needs Improvement Zbychu 2010-04-19 5:38

Can you explain connection between German occupation and waterfall ?

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Old 04-20-2010, 08:49 PM
spyrosari spyrosari is offline
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We, the Greeks, are so many things combine with the German occupation my friend. You do not know about possessions, occupations and barbarian peoples. You don't know the sufferings of Greece through the centuries.
I also write a comment on a photo of me on for the barbaric Germans. The title is a "little bridge". Go to my photos to see, read the comment, and I'm waiting for your comment!!!!
Sincerely yours
Spyros.
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Old 04-21-2010, 02:08 PM
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Christos anesti, Spyro!

What I have written about German occupation is an historical fact. What are you indicating with your comment?
I would hope that you would respect other's posts more, by not answering to other critiquers in my posts, nor inviting them to look your photos here.
Politeness and respect are some of TE rules. Are you not aware?
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Old 04-21-2010, 02:10 PM
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Dear Spyros,
I mean that you should answer in an existing thread and not start a new one about your ideas on us, Greeks, or your photos and opinions.
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